Name: Asmita Gender female Birthday 2004-11-21 Age 16 Country Nepal
Meet Asmita, who is in our transitional program and is awaiting a sponsor to ensure her continued care. Since coming into the program, we’ve discovered that she enjoys drawing and singing. With help and support from new classmates and orphan home staff, Asmita is now studying in 6th grade and says her favorite subjects are Science and English. Your sponsorship of Asmita will underwrite her expenses, providing for her continued education, rehabilitation, access to nutritious meals and clean water, medical care, and the opportunity to grow in a loving family environment.
When you become a sponsor, we provide you with a private blog through which you can communicate with Asmita, view current photos, and receive updates of her experiences and growth. You can bring tremendous joy to Asmita through your messages of encouragement, love, and support. For the kids at our orphan homes, getting sponsored is a big deal- could you make Asmita’s wish come true?
All orphans we bring under our care, whether sponsored or not, are provided the same level of support. We care for our not-yet-sponsored orphans in faith, believing that God would not want us to turn them away on account of a lack of sponsors.
There is no difference in the care the child is provided whether half sponsored or fully sponsored. The idea of sponsorship is to anchor the child’s needs to one or two sponsors so that in the case of budget shortfalls, we would not need to send the child to a government institution. In short, sponsorship secures Asmita’s place at the home while also giving her additional support in knowing that she has a sponsor who cares about her.
Note that our hope for all of our rescued orphans is to find fully vetted domestic foster care, domestic adoption, or placement with existing relatives. Some of our orphans stay in our homes their entire childhood, while others may stay as short as three months. In the case that your child transitions out of our program, you will be automatically assigned to a new child awaiting a sponsor. In either case, we will inform you of the update.